Term Test #3 (1 hour)
ADM 4344A – Tax II
March 15, 2011
Prof. Kathryn Pedwell
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Question #1: ACB and PUC (10 Marks)
When it was first established, Lichter Inc. issued 123000 shares at a price of $5.60 per share. Four years later, an additional 32,000 shares were issued for $8.62 per share. During the current year, a further 81,000 shares were issued to $10.15 per share.
One investor acquired 1,350 shares of the first group of shares issued, and an additional 4,230 shares from the most recent issue. Determine the adjusted cost base (ACB) per share, as well as the PUC of the investor’s shares.
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# of shares
Investor’s ACB: $50,495 ÷ 5,580 = $9.05
At the corporate level:
# of shares
PUC per share = $1,786,790 ÷ 236,000 =...
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